ET has the exclusive first look at Thursday’s brand new episode, where the 48-year-old singer has a heart-to-heart with her sister, Tamar, about getting back in the dating scene.
Little does Tamar know, Toni already has a date -- but she’s choosing to keep that secret, for now.
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When Toni throws out that she’s dated “lots of beautiful, gorgeous men in my life,” Tamar tells her that they’re “too much work” and goes on a schpiel about why she should change her approach and consider guys who may not be up to her “looks” standard.
The reaction to superstar rapper Lil Wayne and his mentor and Cash Money Records boss Bryan “Baby” Williams (a.k.a. (Both Wayne and Williams declined to be interviewed for this story.) “I am a prisoner and so is my creativity,” he wrote.
Then, several years later, there was the photo of them kissing that for a few weeks seemed to be the only thing anyone in hip-hop wanted to discuss. At the end of 2014, the rapper explained the prolonged delay behind his still-unreleased next album, Tha Carter V, in a series of tweets.
I’ll kill for him, ride for him, and die for him.” Six years later, the once-unbreakable bond between Wayne, 33, and Williams, 46, appears to be, if not shattered, shaken considerably.
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“I’m an alpha woman,” Toni declares, to Tamar’s bewilderment. I don’t know how to do the soft stuff.” Then, the sisters do a bit of roleplaying so Tamar can show Toni how to be more of a “damsel in distress.” Will Toni bite?
Watch the hilarious video above to find out how it all plays out.
In the suit, he alleges a variety of financial misdeeds and suggests he’s looking to take his Cash Money imprint, Young Money Entertainment, along with the artists signed to it, including Drake and Nicki Minaj, with him when he leaves.
“Birdman”) smooching on the lips was awash in the sort of not-so-casual homophobia endemic to hip-hop, but there was still something a little unusual about their embrace. “I want off this label and nothing to do with these people but unfortunately it ain’t that easy …
Asked about it by radio DJ Tim Westwood back in 2009, Williams was unequivocal. my album won’t and hasn’t been released bekuz Baby & Cash Money Rec.